Fanshawe College

Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance (Co-op) - AAM4


Aircraft safety is the most important aspect of the aviation industry. As an aviation technician, you’ll be responsible for ensuring that safety, which means you’ll be a valued and vital part of the maintenance team.
With the Transport Canada approved Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance program, you’ll learn about all aspects of aircraft systems used in general aviation, corporate, charter transport category aircraft, and helicopters. Along with developing cutting-edge computer and electronic systems skills, you’ll also study propellers, aviation regulations, wing aerodynamics and more. As well, with aircraft constantly evolving and improving, you’ll have opportunities to adapt and upgrade your skills and your progress through the program, embarking on a life-long learning journey.
When you graduate, you’ll be prepared for a career with Canadian and international aircraft maintenance and aircraft manufacturing organizations. As well, you’ll be able to pursue your license in fixed wing or rotary wing aircraft in either the M1 or M2 categories.
The Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance (Co-op) program is a Transport Canada approved program (TC-2013-08-4174) with a co-operative education component. This program provides the knowledge and skills required to start a career in fixed wing and helicopter maintenance. This program covers all aspects of aircraft maintenance; including systems used in general and corporate aviation, charter aviation, and transport category aircraft and helicopters.

London - Airport
Program Duration:
64 weeks
PGWP Eligibility:
English Requirement:
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